Identifying and attending to one’s needs is so important for living a fulfilling life and also effectively managing one’s ADHD symptoms. Yet needs often go unattended because they rarely rise to any level of urgency – until it’s too late. In this webinar executive ADHD coach Cameron Gott discusses the significance of needs and how, when unaddressed, needs can turn into life altering stressors. Cameron shares unique and specific ADHD distinctions using Maslow’s well known hierarchy of needs model. Participants leave the webinar with an appreciation of their own needs and some useful strategies to identify and practice specific needs.
- Participants learn the significance of needs and how when un or under-attended can create added stressors
- Participants learn how needs can rarely rise to the level of other more interesting ‘big signal’ items
- Participants learn important ADHD distinctions for the five levels illustrated in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and how to access and get important practice in all of the areas
Who: Cameron Gott
An Executive ADHD coach since 2000, Cameron Gott, PCC works with creative leaders and business owners worldwide to help them take action more efficiently and lead more effectively. He co-hosts the Translating ADHD podcast and has trained and mentored ADHD coaches since 2006 through Coach Approach Training. He is thrilled to be a new member of the JST Coaching team. He teaches group coaching classes through Translating ADHD and Melissa Orlov’s ADHD Marriage program. Cam speaks and teaches on a variety of topics including ADHD, positive accountability and coaching. He is now curious about the nexus of ADHD, Emotional Intelligence and the role of emotion in leadership and motivation through his Equanimity group coaching effort. Cam lives outside of Charlottesville, VA in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains with his wife and two children.
Visit Cameron’s website at www.camerongott.com/